Rho Thomas concentrates her practice on trademark enforcement issues, with a particular focus on litigating disputes before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board of the USPTO. She regularly counsels businesses on brand protection and related issues.
Additionally, Rho devotes considerable time to pro bono work. She serves as a member of the Firm’s Pro Bono Committee and represents a non-profit housing organization in its trademark enforcement work.
While in law school, Rho served as an Executive Editor and Managing Board Member for the Alabama Law Review and was inducted into the Bench and Bar Legal Honor Society.
Represents a Fortune 100 multinational corporation in the mail, package, and freight delivery industry in trademark enforcement and licensing work.
Represent a non-profit housing organization's domestic and international trademark portfolio, including domestic and international oppositions and cancellations for the non-profit organization. We have also provided counsel regarding potential trademark litigation. Specifically, we secured a favorable settlement in a case that centered on a declaratory judgment action seeking to invalidate the non-profit's mark.
Represents a leading footwear and apparel manufacturer in trademark litigation and enforcement work.
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University of Alabama School of Law J.D. (2014) magna cum laude, Order of the Coif
Emory University B.A. (2011) Sociology,
Supreme Court of Georgia
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit
U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia
American Bar Association, Intellectual Property Law Section, Member
State Bar of Georgia, Intellectual Property Law Section and Copyright Committee, Member
Literacy Action, Inc., Board of Trustees Member
Boys and Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta, Club Blue Member
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